Gaea's Blessing

Gaea's Blessing


Target player shuffles up to three target cards from their graveyard into their library.

Draw a card.

When Gaea's Blessing is put into your graveyard from your library, shuffle your graveyard into your library.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Premodern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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Gaea's Blessing Discussion

RambIe on Deck challange

1 day ago

Hermit Druid + Fraying Sanity + Gaea's Blessing cuz why not have a 60/60 trample general right

RambIe on Deck challange

1 day ago

i was thinking about suggesting Gaea's Blessing and i already included 2 ways to shuffle it back with flash back if we draw it. but i was worried about auto shuffles shutting down good synergies.
i was also thinking Fraying Sanity enchanting ourselves would out perform Rhystic Study in this deck

wallisface on Fungus Amongus

2 weeks ago

Some thoughts:

  • Both Thelon of Havenwood and Slimefoot, the Stowaway seem great here.

  • 17 lands is super, super low. I think you should be aiming for 22.

  • Sundering Vitae and Gaea's Blessing are far too situational and what deck sideboards are for. I would suggest removing them from your deck.

  • I don’t think either Scatter the Seeds or Second Harvest are worth it. They both cost a ton of mana, and are terrible if you’re behind. They feel like super-clunky “win more” cards, so i’m not sure they’re particularly useful.

  • You need a way to deal with opponents creatures.

RebelGenius on No Souls, Only Shadows

3 weeks ago

magwaaf and wallisface, thank you both for the comments.

magwaaf, here is the explanation for the sideboard cards: Damping Sphere for tron + storm, Fog for any aggro decks, Gaea's Blessing for mill, Negate for combo + control, Tormod's Crypt for any decks that rely on graveyards (Dragon's Rage Channeler and stuff), Void Mirror for cascade decks, and Tombstalker and Gurmag Angler just to change up the threats in the deck.

wallisface in my playtesting of the deck, the mill cards have been pretty consistent. I agree that sorcery speed cards aren't good in a control deck, however I like Chart a Course because I both draw and discard, and it's the only discard effect. I'll do some research on some instant speed looting effects. I run 3 of each of the creatures so I'm less likely to draw them, and for room for other cards. I'm so dumb, I love both Bone Shards and Collective Brutality, I can't believe I forgot about them! You're probably right about the lands. I'll playtest with all the cards you suggested, thanks!

wallisface on Hideously Laughing at Your Library

1 month ago

Some thoughts:

  • Maddening Cacophony is better than Glimpse the Unthinkable because it gets around Leyline of Sanctity , so its worth running the playset of one before adding in copies of the other.

  • Fractured Sanity is better than Tasha's Hideous Laughter because it’s far more reliable at milling cards. Again, i’d suggest maximising the playset of the first card, before considering the second.

  • I’m surprised by your very small number of Surgical Extraction , and ways in general to exile a graveyard. It feels like this will lead to you losing a lot of games where the opponent has an Eldrazi Titan in-deck, or some other way to shuffle cards back into their library (like Gaea's Blessing ). Mill is becoming more viable as a deck, so hate cards are more common.

StopShot on

1 month ago

Unfortunately your combo doesn't work due to this ruling:

702.52. Dredge

702.52a Dredge is a static ability that functions only while the card with dredge is in a player’s graveyard. “Dredge N” means “As long as you have at least N cards in your library, if you would draw a card, you may instead mill N cards and return this card from your graveyard to your hand.”

702.52b A player with fewer cards in their library than the number required by a dredge ability can’t mill any of them this way.

If you have no cards in your library you can not use the dredge ability which means you would be unable to return Dakmor Salvage to hand.

The easiest fix to this would be to run Gaea's Blessing. If you mill this card it shuffles your graveyard back into your library so that you'll always have cards to dredge away. I recommend running two, as you'll get stuck if its the last card in your deck and you have an odd number of cards in deck given Dakmor Salvage can only dredge two cards at a time.

Rhadamanthus on Stifle or Trickbind

3 months ago

That works, but it's because Stifle and Trickbind target the ability, itself, not the source of the ability. The ability on the stack is its own separate object.

In your example, when Gaea's Blessing is milled and its last ability triggers, the trigger goes onto the stack and people can make responses before it starts resolving. That's when you can target the ability with Stifle/Trickbind.

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